An infographic published by the market research division of Gateway Media Pvt shows the ranking of the top 19 Indian container terminals for the 2014-2015 financial year.
The total installed capacity for all the terminals is 19.35 million TEU with total throughput reaching more than 11.6 million.
The terminal with the highest growth is APM Terminals (APMT) Mumbai, which saw more than two million TEU pass through in the financial year.
APMT Mumbai was recently announced as the container terminal of the year at the India Maritime and Logistics Awards 2015. It is one of three terminals located at Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT) – India’s largest container port – and accounts for 45% of JNPT’s throughput.
India is set for tremendous growth in the future under its US$60 billion ‘Sagarmala’ intiative, which will include 150 port development projects.
GPPL – APMT Pipavav – Gujarat Pipavav Port Ltd, MICTPL – Mundra International Container Terminal, AMCT – Adani Mundra Container Terminal, AICTPL – Adani International Container Terminal, AHCT – Adani Hazira Container Terminal, CCTL – Chennai Container Terminal, CITPL – PSA’s Chennai International Terminal, VCTPL – Visakha Container Terminal, KPCT – Krishnapatnam Port Container Terminal, KICT – Kattupalli International Container Terminal, JNPCT – Jawaharlal Nehru Port Container Terminal, NSICT – Nhava Sheva International Container Terminal, GTIPL – APMT Mumbai – Gateway Terminals India, BKCT – Bharat Kolkata Container Terminal, HICT – Haldia International Container Terminal, ICTT – Vallarpadam International Container Transhipment Terminal, TCT – PSA SICAL Tuticorin Container Terminal, DBGT – Dakshin Bharat Gateway Terminal, NMPT – New Mangalore Port – (Containers)